Canon: Not worry Sony CMOS, We success develop 50MP CMOS

Started Jun 23, 2008 | Discussions thread
Victor Engel Forum Pro • Posts: 17,486
Depends how you define sharpness

On a per photosensor basis, you're right. On the image level, though, it's the opposite, except for unwanted sharpness caused by aliasing due to undersampling.

GazzaJagman wrote:

If the sensor out resolves your lens then you will not get a sharp
image from it. The sensor will be resolving soft mush and no amount
of post processing will fix that.
My 85L and 135L look very sharp on my 5D, but the 85L looks slightly
soft on my 40D because the sensor is more densly packed with pixels
and thus resovles more detail than my 5D at 100%.
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